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Three strategies to make sure your content—not your technology—is your students’ main focus.
Eight tips on incorporating relaxation and intentional planning for the year ahead into your summer so you can return to school refreshed.
We asked about the professional development books you’d recommend to your teacher friends. Here are the six that stood out.
These profiles help schools direct resources toward building student competencies. See how they work.
You can’t make timed tests go away, but you can help make the stress more manageable for students.
Students gain by taking on interdisciplinary projects with community nonprofits, businesses, and government agencies.
Help your students increase their ability to concentrate with these exercises and discussion prompts.
Ideas for guiding girls toward positive interactions with each other.
Six suggestions for bringing a key idea from a Reggio Emilia–inspired school to your K–5 classroom.
Flash lessons get administrators out of their offices and into classrooms—and can strengthen their connections with teachers.
Suggestions for how to make back-to-school night a hit for you and your students’ parents.
We asked our community what makes teachers unforgettable. Here’s what they said.
Metacognition helps readers analyze texts as they read, and it’s a skill you can teach your students.
A few ways to let high school students play in English class—and they’re not entirely frivolous.
K–8 educators from across the country give you a peek at their classrooms—and explain how they managed the transformations.
Using community mentors and project-based learning, this rural high school is opening up opportunities for its students.
Portfolios provide great benefits to students writing in their second language, allowing them to see their progress toward their goals.
K–12 students design and build 10-foot-tall puppets for a production of The BFG, and learn collaboration, engineering, and design thinking in the process.
Teaching a writing workshop can be scary, but this list of eight things you’ll need will help you get started.
Project-based learning ideas that have your students collaborate with peers around the world and apply their learning to make a difference.
An argument for keeping hard rules to a minimum.
Four ways to come up with questions that guide students to engage deeply with class content. Plus: a pop quiz for you.
Community building in the classroom starts on day one. Try these strategies to begin forging strong relationships.
Project-based learning aligns with and enhances the College, Career, and Civic Life Framework for Social Studies State Standards.
Teachers, psychologists, and authors bring you handy tips and big-picture takes on the state of education in these eight podcasts.